Ad Review Center in Adsense

Adsense recently came out with a Ad Review Center. For a lot of people who are starting out with Adsense, or are not comfortable doing a lot of tweaking of the settings, using more such features such as the Ad Review Center only ends up complicating things. However, the Ad Review Center is actually a feature that ends up giving more options to the user who wants to have this option; for those who do not, not doing anything which is Ad Review related means that you do not have to any change at all.
Let’s read a bit more about the Ad Review Center at the following link:
The Ad Review Center is a new publisher tool that enables you to review placement-targeted ads that may appear on your pages. The Ad Review Center provides publishers with more transparency and control over placement-targeted ads appearing on their sites. You can allow or block individual ad groups and advertisers, as well as filter ads by type: text or image.
If you choose to block ads in the Ad Review Center, you’ll need to provide your reason for blocking the ad group or advertiser. This feedback, which we provide to advertisers, gives the advertisers more insight on how to adjust their ad quality, content, and relevance in order to appear on more sites.

To enable the Ad Review Center, follow these steps:
Sign in to your AdSense account.
Under the AdSense Setup tab, visit the Competitive Ad Filter page.
On that page, you’ll see a green notification box. Click the Ad Review Center link.
Read through the information about using the Ad Review Center, and continue if you’re ready to start using the feature.
Once you’ve opted in, you’ll see the Ad Review Center page appear permanently as a link under your AdSense Setup tab.
The Ad Review Center is automatically set to allow all placement-targeted ads to run on your site.
If you’d like to manually review all ads placement-targeted to your site, you may do so by clicking the update settings link toward the top of the page.
Before doing so, you may wish to learn more about manually reviewing ads.

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